Which Love Island boy should you couple up with? Find out in our quiz

Are you ready for love? This summer it's survival of the fittest. Find out which boy you should re-couple with in our quiz.

It’s the show that’s gripped the nation all summer long; Love Island is all about survival of the fittest in every sense of the word.

The seven-week series sees attractive young singletons shipped to a Majorcan villa where in order to stay, they’ll have to remain in a couple.

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Islanders face routine and brutal dumpings and new faces are dropped into the villa to rock the boat and will often try and split the strongest of pairings.

The latest dramatic twist saw new Islander Georgia choose to couple up with Kem, who had asked his long-term Love Island partner Amber to be his girlfriend just a day earlier.

Couples that make it to the final have the chance to nab a £50,000 prize pot. This is Love Island though, so expect a plot twist.

Fans of the show will remember last year’s winners were offered the choice to either split the pot with their new beau, or steal it away in true pantomime villain style. If both opted to steal, neither would get a penny.

Last year’s winners, Cara de la Hoyde and Nathan Massey, found true love and chose to share.

With so many unique personalities in the villa though, the real question is which Love Island boy do you belong with?

Are you the dream woman who got Marcel’s heart blazin’? Or are you the girl who’ll enjoy Chris serenading you with his raps about his farm animals?

Make the most of your time in the Love Island villa and find out which boy you should couple up with by taking our quiz below.

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